Unilens Vision plans to buy back almost 2.2 million shares...

Unilens Vision plans to buy back almost 2.2 million shares of its common stock from its largest stockholder, Uniinvest Holding AG, a Swiss company that is currently in liquidation. The securities make up about 48 percent of outstanding shares, and will cost about $69 million. Unilens has a five-year loan ...

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